1.Memorial Hospital Miramar
1901 SW 172nd Ave
Miramar Memorial Hospital is first class, class the time you arrive, to the staff and recovery, this hospital cares about the patient and the family of the patient, IO walked in thinking this is anoth
2.Memorial Hospital West
703 N Flamingo Rd
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I went to the emergency room with abdominal pain. I waited a little less than thirty minutes to get into triage.After triage I waited about ten to fifteen more minutes until I was taken back into the
3.Memorial Hospital Walk-In Medical Center
801 S Douglas Rd
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Due to deceptive billing, recommending elsewhere if you need urgent care. Even though it is an urgent care, they bill like you like an urgent care AND a hospital: you'll pay the copay for the urgent c
4.Miami Children's Hospital Miramar Outpatient Center
12246 Miramar Pkwy
Physical TherapistsClinicsHospitalsRehabilitation Services
Miami Childrens Hospitals network of comprehensive outpatient centers is dedicated to exceeding the expectations of children and their families by providing world-class pediatric healthcare within the
5.Miami Childrens Hospital Dan Marino Outpatient Center
2900 S Commerce Pkwy
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Nicklaus Children's Hospital's network of comprehensive outpatient centers are dedicated to exceeding the expectations of children and their families by providing world-class pediatric healthcare with
6.Miami Children's Hospital Miami Lakes Outpatient Center
15025 NW 77th Ave
Medical ClinicsPhysical TherapistsClinicsHospitals
Miami Children's Hospital's network of comprehensive outpatient centers is dedicated to exceeding the expectations of children and their families by providing world-class pediatric healthcare within t
7.Memorial Regional Hospital
2900 Corporate Way
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